Sunday, March 12, 2006

Sunday Round-Up

Victor Davis Hanson, on the National Review, explains why we're "close to victory abroad" (and "closer to concession at home"). Insurgent groups in West Iraq province of Anbar claim that they have "purged the region of three quarters of al-Qa'eda's supporters". You can't even trust your closest friends, nowadays. The news on the Daily Telegraph, commentary at TigerHawk and Iraq the Model. Other news by Bill Roggio. How to fake an interview, just to attack Bush: How to fake a poll, just to attack Bush: RealClear Politics (commentary at Mystery Pollster, Austin Bay Blog, MacStansbury, Ace of Spades HQ, Neocon Express). According to the Boston Globe, John Kerry is considering the option to run for president in 2008. Vertical growth of suicides among democrats. Commentary at The Moderate Voice, The Heretik, The Democratic Daily Blog, Decision '08 and Hotline On Call. Matt Labash, for the Weekly Standard, is back in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Pollster Scott Rasmussen explains why the Republican Party should be very careful on next mid-term elections. The list of blogs supporting the Tradisci il Corrierino! campaign, launched by The Right Nation and Il Megafono, is growing. Here is the list (in alphabetical order): Blogs for CdL, Born to Be Free, Calamity Jane, Che ci devi fare, Civiltà, Daw, Dietro le linee nemiche, Freedomland, IdeaLibertà, Il Camper, Il Giulivo, Krillix, Liberal_mente,, Mithrandir, Neocon Italiani, Otimaster, Passaggioalbosco, Robinik, SGS, StarSailor, Stefano "Free.9" Scardovi, The Mote in God's Eye, Ultima Thule, Unione per le Libertà, Walking Class, Yet Another Pajamas Blog, Zanzara. If we forgot someone, let us know! (Note for the American readers: this campaign was launched to boycott the "Corriere della Sera", a major italian newspaper, who endorsed the leftist coalition one month before the general elections). Talking about the television debate Berlusconi-Diliberto, according to Watergate (update your links, he changed address once again!) Diliberto won, according to it was a draw, while we agree with Rabbì a Barcellona. Robinik and Passaggioalblosco on "antifascist" guerrilla in Milan (and not only). Two must-read posts.

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